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This was a very good and easy cake. I think next time I will add some vanilla to the batter!
I hope it did not matter that I did not let it sit overnight but just gave it a couple of hours over lunchtime !! We loved it and the texture of the cake was soft and velvety. We ate it warm with custard.
Moist and crunchy, this is a great overnight breakfast! The tang of the buttermilk meshes well with the nutmeg and cinnamon, and the streusel 'like' topping was wonderful. I followed the directions as written and have tucked this away for future breakfasts. You've made my life a bit easier, especially on a holiday! Thanks for sharing, breezermom.
Nice easy coffee cake makes a bunch..thanks PeggyLynn
This resulted in a light fluffy cake and the pecans were the perfect crunch on top. I loved being able to just pop in the oven in the morning. Thanks!
In my book, nothing could be finer than this for breakfast! Yummy!!
Wonderful coffee cake!! I made 1/4 of the recipe, as it was just me, and used my mini loaf pan. I also didn't make it the night before, just whipped it up in the morning. While baking all the topping sank to the bottom of the cake. What a great combination of crunch from the pecans and crispy outside with the soft cinnamon flavored inside. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Photo Tag game.
Perfection for a nice cinnamony and moist coffee cake! I used this recipe for our Christmas morning breakfast and it was so nice just being able to pop the prepared batter (that sat overnight in the fridge) into the oven and when the timer rang out I served up a yummy treat to my family. It is excellent warm from the oven and also later with a cup of coffee. I did add a bit of nutmeg to the batter and used chopped almonds in place of the pecans as a personal preference. Definitely will be using this recipe often as it will be a great treat for my kids even on school mornings when I want to surprise them. Thanks so much for sharing in the Newest Zaar tag game.